Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Wind in the willows


 The breeze stirs . . . 
can  you hear the willows whisperng?
 you may need to get closer to hear
 or stand underneath the limbs, flowing with flowers
listen

come a little closer
you should be able to hear now
W e   a l l   a r e   c o n n e c t e d
t h r o u g h  b e a u t y,  t h r o u g h  l o v e,  t  h r o u g h   b r e a t h  . . .  
m a y  w e   n o t   f o r g e t  . . .

11 comments:

Janie said...

I can almost hear the wind and feel the flowing limbs. There is something about nature than draws us together, perhaps because it makes us feel as if we're one small note in a large, complex, symphonic theme.

steven said...

kathleen, there's a willow tree in my mum's backyard that likes people to sit at her feet. this post transported me to that place even as i looked at the exquisite photographs of your golden-haired girl. steven

LB said...

Glowing photos and beautiful expression! Bet you wouldn't have called it a weeping willow. Lilacs soon! Glad all is well.

Finding Pam said...

You have captured some amazing shots of the Willow tree. Don't stink bugs live in them?

Hilary said...

You've got that right. :) Beautiful willow. I was out taking snaps of one just yesterday.

ellen abbott said...

beautiful pictures of the willow.

Barb said...

The willow in spring is a most glamorous tree! All the seed pods and switches in their infinite connections are an apt metaphor for Life.

Jinksy said...

I can feel the wind on my skin as I look at your photos, and hear its voice in my head - magical!

Rudee said...

I love the dark clouds as background. Beautiful pictures, Kathleen.

Tabor said...

This is a lovely post and you make me want to run out and buy a willow...although I live in woods and have no open space. Great photos!

ladyfi said...

Wow - these photos are stunning!

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